Dj Shub makes the kind of music that forces out the darkness, restarts your heart back to life and makes you feel buoyant, unbreakable, fearless. See him live at the Biltmore on February 4! But this is just one of the 31 top things to do this weekend, as picked by our city’s #knowfun Selectors at Do604. Here they are…
Thurs Feb 2
Lydia Loveless at Biltmore
Join Lydia in fighting personal battles of longing, heartbreak, and the aesthetic that comes along with it.
John K Samson & The Winter Wheat at the Commodore
Inspired by the search for connection, community and individual and collective struggles.
Withinroots at Alexander
Smooth vocals compliment that the bass-heavy grooves.
Fri Feb 3
Taboo: The Naughty But Nice Sex Show at The Convention Centre (Fri-Sun)
Fulfill your deepest and darkest fantasies.
Supermoon, Dirty Spells and Máscaras at SBC
They’ll melt your face off!
Little Destroyer at Studio Vostok
A local pop band that has style AND substance… Not to mention a dangerous bite.
Sat Feb 4
Lido Pimienta at The Fox
Songs praising earth, water, indigenous culture and resistance.
Benjamin Francis Leftwich at Imperial
Slow down and relax to his stripped back acoustic style.
DJ Shub at Biltmore
Meet the powerhouse of contemporary Indigenous music.
Sun Feb 5
I Spy Wild Life Exhibition Opening at Seymour Art Gallery
Insightful natural habitats using hole punch and collage techniques to create unique landscapes.
Moviehouse Rock Part 2 at Vancity Theatre
High voltage clips of rock, pop and R&B performances.
Black History: Sign O’ The Times at Vancity Theatre
Bringing back the greatest concert movie ever made, featuring Prince at the peak of his glory.
Wallflower (till Feb 3)
Folk-S, Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow? (until Feb 4)
Maren Ade: Before Toni Erdmann (Feb 3-5)
The City and The City
The 23rd Rendez-vous French Film Festival